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Work Wanted: Cindy and Tom Inskeep

Cindy Inskeep
(Full-time RVers and Retired)

Tom and Cindy are both retired and are Full Time RV’ers, as of 03-01-2012, after selling their home in Greeneville, Tennessee. Tom and Cindy possess a long history of both work experience

and life experience described as follows;
Cindy has a work experience in the Medical/Secretarial/Clerical field. This has included a variety of office settings in which she was required to function with computers, office equipment and to use her interpersonal skills in dealing with people/customers/patients in a variety of simple and difficult situations. Employers include Shands Hospital at The University of Florida, University of Kentucky Medical Center, Dr. Glenn Miller LTD (Reno, NV), Reno Outpatient Surgery Center, Ace Hardware (Incline Village, NV), Incline High School (Office Staff), Alachua County School District (Gainesville, Florida), Greene County School District (Greeneville, TN), Johnson City Medical Center (Johnson City, TN), Karing Hearts Cardiology (Johnson City, TN), Comstock Country RV Resort (Carson City, NV).
Tom has work experience in the Law Enforcement and Security field. Employers include Las Vegas Police Department, Reno Police Department, Washoe County Sheriff’s Office (Reno/Lake Tahoe), Reno Hilton Security, Players Inc. Security, Shands Hospital at The University of Florida Security, Veterans Hospital Police Officer (Gainesville, FL/Lexington, KY/Reno, NV). Tom has also worked as a licensed Real Estate Broker/Salesman (Reno, NV), boat salesman (Gainesville, FL), beer distributor salesman/route driver (Gainesville, FL), Work Camper (Comstock Country RV Resort, Carson City, NV). Tom also has a variety of interpersonal skills and experience in dealing with people in a wide range of simple to difficult situations. Tom also possesses a variety of other skills involving maintenance, plumbing, electrical, carpentry as needed to keep property in working order due to home ownership for over a span of some forty plus years. These skills also include the operation of variety of tools and equipment (hand tools, shop tools, tractors, lawn equipment, etc).
Tom and Cindy both have extensive experience in camping in a wide variety of situations i.e. tent camping, pop-up trailers, travel trailers, fifth wheels and motor homes, and the upkeep and maintenance requirements on all.
Tom and Cindy have successfully completed a fingerprint and background check, which was conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, (Jerry Nunziato, Security and Law Enforcement Specialist, Concord, MA. (978 318-8589) Check is valid for a two year period (2015). Successfully completed a fingerprint and background check, conducted by U.S. Fish and Wildlife, Department of the Interior, January 2014. Tom and Cindy were bonded by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, June 2015. The most recent background check was completed in December 2015, by Cal Am Resorts at Fortuna De Oro Rv Resort, Yuma, Arizona.
* Work Campers at Fortuna De Oro RV Resort in Yuma, Arizona. Greg and Valerie Wahl, Resort Managers, 928 342-5051. Cindy is the Lead Bar Tender at the Cactus Grill (North Hall Swimming Pool), managing the stock and supplies for the bar as well as daily operation three days per week. Tom is handling maintenance issues, dispensing propane, grooming tennis courts, assisting arriving guests to their sites (parking, hook up’s etc), reading power meters.
* Volunteers with U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at New Hogan Lake, Fiddleneck Day Use area, in Valley Springs California from June-Aug 2015. Leah Peterson, Park Ranger 209-772-1343 or cell 209-409-4400. Duties included manning entrance fee booth, giving information to visitors, checking visible current boat registrations, collecting fees as well as selling annual passes, reconcile monies, open park gates, trash pickup, irrigating trees. Help with iron vaults and the counting of monies. Eyes and ears for park rangers via radio communications.
* Work Camping at Mission Bell RV Resort, Mission, Texas. Oct- 2014-Apr 2015. Audrey Fedders; Activities Director (605 610-6114). Position involves some food handling, preparation and service, setting up tables and chairs for scheduled events, tear down and clean up at conclusion of events, decorating rooms and ballroom for events and festivities, cashiering and ticket sales for events. The park consists of six hundred sites (RV’s and permanent Park Models) and is a Winter Home for many northerners (Snow Birds).
* Work Camping at Camp Gulf, Miramar Beach, Florida. Jun-Oct 2014. Mary and Patrick Hunter, Customer Service Manager/Park Manager (877 226-7485). Cindy is a Reservationist. The position involves but is not limited to, checking in campers, taking and scheduling reservations (Sunrise Panorama Reservation System), sales of store items, renting carts and equipment, announcing arrivals over the radio (to Beach Patrol). Tom is Beach Patrol. The position involves running a golf cart, escorting arrivals to their assigned site and parking in their assigned site (mostly back-in sites), patrol to enforce speed limit etc., checking the pools, dumping RV sewer holding tanks (beachfront sites), checking and emptying trash containers, dispensing propane, giving campers rides to and from sites and other duties as assigned. This campground entails over 200 camp sites and 19 cabins, two pools, two stores, water slide, three bath houses and a laundry. A very “fast paced” beach resort.
* Work camping at Lake City Campground, Lake City, FL. April-May 2014- Kim Zuccola 386-867-1106. Duties are lawn care and campground maintenance.
* Volunteers at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge in Austwell, Texas with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Jan-April 2014. Felipe Prieto, visitor services supervisor (361-286-3559). Cindy worked in the visitor center and Tom worked in maintenance. Both have achieved certification from the Department of the Interior, for Defensive Driving, ATV/UTV operation and Heavy Equipment operation. The certifications allow the use of US Fish and Wildlife vehicles (pickup trucks and SUVs), ATV/OHV’s, and Tractors with mower attachments as well as zero radius turn mowers. Certification for Refresher Firearm Safety Course for defense against wild animals as well as predation hunts for Ferrell hogs.
* Hired by See’s Candies as Team Leader and Assistant Team Leader. Nov-Dec 2013. Responsibilities included the set up of a Holiday Gift Center in the Fayette Mall in Lexington Kentucky, interviewing and hiring of personnel to man the center, scheduling, opening and closing procedures, bank deposits, sales and customer service, shipping and receiving, payroll and everyday operation of the Gift Center from November 14 through Dec 27, 2013.
* Volunteers with Kentucky State Parks at Fort Boonesborough State Park, Richmond, Kentucky Sept-Dec 2013. Jack Winburn, Campground Manager (859 527-3131), Rob Minerich Park Manager (859 527-3131, cell 859 582-6868). Duties included installation of lights for Halloween Celebration (150,000 plus lights and ornaments) using both personal tools and ladder and those provided by the park for light construction and electrical connections. Eyes and Ears for the Park Ranger, as Park Hosts, information and assistance to visitors and guests.
* Volunteers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Hopkinton-Everett Lakes in Contoocook, New Hampshire May-Sept 2013. Karen Hoey, Park Ranger (978 318-8316). Duties included operation of the “Entry Booth”, collecting user fees, selling annual passes and the use of interactive/interpretive skills with visitors, use of a Sharp XE-A41S Electronic Cash Register, preparing deposit after collection of fees and placement of same in safe. Eyes and Ears for the Rangers.
* Volunteers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Paintsville Lake in Paintsville, Kentucky April-May 2013. Nathan Shelton, Park Ranger (606 297-6312 or 632). Duties included lake shore cleanup, trail cleanup, trash receptacles, maintenance, painting, light construction, landscaping (misc gas powered tools, UTV and golf cart).
* Volunteers with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Stanislaus River Parks Jan-March 2013 (Orange Blossom Recreational Area), in Oakdale California. Heather Wright, Park Ranger (209 881-3517). Duties included being eyes and ears for the Rangers, monitoring the visitor flow in the park (day-use Park), walking trails and collecting trash etc., closing the gate at day’s end and communicating with Rangers via radio.
* Work-Camping at the Comstock Country RV Resort in Carson City, NV June-December 2012. Ivy Duncan, Manager (775 297-2132).

Tom and Cindy Inskeep 423-737-4798 tomncindyrv@yahoo.com

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